Gitgit WaterfallCurrently Open
- Address: Jalan Raya Bedugul - Singaraja, Gitgit, Sukasada, Gitgit, Sukasada, KabupatenBuleleng, Bali 81161,Indonesia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: 2 USD
- Tags: Forest, Water Body, Waterfall, Leisure, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Nature
Gitgit Waterfall - Review
Located slightly away from the bustling city life, this mesmerizing waterfall is surely going to impress you. A narrow hiking trail for few distance from the main road connecting Bedugul and Singaraja will lead you to this waterfall. As the 40meter cascade fallsinto a rocky pool, the roaring sound of the water will definitely put you in trance. If you are game, take a plunge into the cool waters of the pool. That’s why, with times, this spot has turned into a must-visit natural landmark for visitors coming to Bali.
Hence, missing out on this waterfall will a sheer loss for your Bali trip.
Gitgit Waterfall Information
- Carry your extra set of clothes.
- Parking has separate charges.
How To reach Gitgit Waterfall by Public Transport
- Hired car, taxi or Bemo
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Things to Know Before Visiting Gitgit Waterfall
80.53% of people who visit Bali include Gitgit Waterfall in their plan
10 PM - 11 PM
17.51% of people start their Gitgit Waterfall visit around 10 PM - 11 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gitgit Waterfall
94.51% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gitgit Waterfall
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Gitgit Waterfall, Bali Reviews
There are 3 entry points for various Git git falls. Later I was told that it was best to go to the second one. I went to the "official" one (3rd). This also means that the price was reasonable (15k) versus the haggling at the other stops. Good foot path to the waterfalls, free/easy parking. Someone wanted to guide me but I'm not sure what value they would add as it is essentially a long walkway lined with shops that terminates in the falls. When I went it wasn't very busy which was nice. Cool, refreshing water that was photogenic. I'm not sure I would make a special trip to see these but if you're enroute it's worth a stop.
Lying on one end of the Village of Gitgit, the waterfall "standing tall" with height of 35 meters. As you approach the waterfall, you can expect droplets of energizing water gently "pounding" your head, face, and body. Open and stretch your hands and breathe slowly and deeply to feel sensation. Underneath the fall, the stream is moderate, allowing you to swim, but not not to dive. The access to the waterfall is 750-meter pathway, not too demanding soft-hiking down and back up the same way lined up with clove plantations. The admission costs Rp20.000.
The waterfall is nice, but having in mind the mountain road you need to take to get there - maybe it is not that special. There are other waterfalls that are closer to main towns and easier to reach. If you decided to visit it -have your swimwear on - so you can have a refreshing swim also. It takes around 10 minutes hike to get there - through the local "shopping street"- everyone asking you to buy something :). We have paid to a local tour guide (which was expensive and you can easily do without - they say it's for charity, for the education of the children - but who knows..). The guide provided us with some info on local flora and fauna, village life on the way to the waterfall. It was interesting but rather overpriced.
This place is in Bali, Indonesia. Nice place to relax for sometime. I don't think there'll be water in Summer. They have a nice place to sit there. You have to climb down for about 500-600 metres from main road to reach the falls. There are many street shopping kind of shops, open for too much bargaining. You can definitely shop there. Nice place for taking photos.
Beautiful and powerful (stronger than expected but it's a big drop!). Worth paying a guide and make sure you bring swimming costume, towel and beach shoes as stones are rough and slippery. Worth seeing.
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